Summary: When you hear the name Averatec, you probably think laptops and not GPS devices. However, the company is expanding its consumer electronics portfolio with its first personal navigation system, the Averatec Voya 350. It's a basic system with text- and voice-guided driving directions, a points-of-interest database, and automatic route recalculation. But we're not knocking it for its simple feature set, especially when you consider its reasonable price tag of $379.99.
Pros: Easy to use. Can input a destination in about 40 seconds. Voice directions very good. Accuracy better than my work vehicle extreemly expensive navigation system.
Cons: There may be no support or new maps available for the GPS. However, it was so cheap to buy I wouldn't spend $80.00 to update the maps anyway. I'll just get as many years out of it as I can then buy a whole new system.
Summary: very helpful on last trip from Florida to New York saved countless arguments with spouse. Minor gliches with pronunciations which made unit endearing and the two of us alert waiting to see if unit would say norsh and soush again